We believe that listening leads to innovation and success.
Our unique corporate partnership program is proven to increase productivity, build team collaboration, reduce turnover, improve morale, and enable skill development by creating a caring culture.
With this unique partnership opportunity, your team with learn critical listening skills and strategies specific to corporate culture. Our experts will engage with your team to develop an open, results-driven approach that creates a happy, healthy, productive workplace.
GET EXPERT STRATEGIES
We'll listen to your goals and pain points, then work with you to develop strategies to improve communication and team well-being.
INSPIRE YOUR CORPORATE CULTURE
Discover how listening can lead to openness and collaboration while mitigating divisiveness and finding common ground.
MEET YOUR TEAM'S NEEDS HEAD ON
Could your corporation benefit from listening training and listening services? We'll work with you to find the right balance that leads to success.
"I cannot think of a more critical skill for modern leaders to master, in support of their teams, than the skill of listening."
"I had worked very very hard and thought I was a good listener, for my 38 years of being in business.
This training blew me away, the level and depth of the listening I wasn’t doing. I would encourage any leader to take this training."
"When a person feels heard and can share one's knowledge as full as possible, self-esteem is reinforced.
Effectiveness, productivity, and commitment are reinforced within the organization."
—Tom Kaden & Michael Gingerich
STTIT co-founders and CEOs
from Listening 2by2: A Paradigm Shift for Leaders (That's When the Magic Happens!)
A Paradigm Shift for Leaders
In their latest book, Someone To Tell It To’s co-founders Michael Gingerich and Tom Kaden tackle the complexities of what it means to listen in the corporate sector and why it’s far from a soft skill in an organization setting.
"Read this book and I promise you will be a better listener, a better leader, and accomplish far more than you could ever ask or imagine."
—Jon GordonGET YOUR COPY